Safeguard your spectacles in our microfiber eyeglass case with matching lens cloth. Our splendid design was adapted from the museum's original Clematis floor lamp made by Tiffany Studios circa 1900–1906, and designed by Clara Driscoll, (1861-1944). The lamp’s cone-shaped shade depicts blue clematis flowers in full bloom, with the flower petals and leaves rendered in colorful mottled and rippled glass.
With shimmering veils of leaded glass lamps and windows, Louis C. Tiffany and his designers created a revolutionary design aesthetic that brought the beauty of the natural world into the home. The remarkable story of Clara Driscoll, manager of the women laboring in Tiffany Studios (the Tiffany Girls) was revealed in the New-York Historical Society’s groundbreaking exhibition A New Light on Tiffany, and is celebrated in the museum’s new Gallery of Tiffany Lamps, a stunning immersive display space for New-York Historical’s exceptional Tiffany collection.